Senate Democrats, Republicans pick 'Secret Santas'
WASHINGTON (KGO) -- Republicans and Democrats in the Senate have found something they can work together on -- the first ever Senate "Secret Santa" gift exchange.
Lawmakers are engaging in a bi-partisanship effort meant to make the Senate a little jollier.
Republicans drew names of Democrats and vice versa. However, more Democrats than Republicans signed up, meaning some Democrats won't be gifting across party lines.
Gifts must be wrapped and cost no more than $10.
Secret Santa identities will be revealed at a holiday party later this month.
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